Pedestrian Injury Claim Solicitors Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee
If you have been involved in an accident as a pedestrian, our solicitors can ensure you receive the compensation you are entitled to.
Here at Calio Claims, our road traffic accident team have helped thousands of pedestrians make a claim for compensation. As a pedestrian, you are a particularly vulnerable road user and may even be able to make a claim where you were partially at fault. We have assisted clients in making claims for a broad range of injuries following pedestrian accidents, from minor sprains through to serious spinal cord injuries. We fully understand the impact your accident may have had on you, your ability to work and even your ability to carry out day to day tasks. We are here to support you, to help you recover and to claim the financial compensation you deserve. To discuss your specific circumstances, call our team today on 0800 988 8082 or complete our online enquiry form and one of our road traffic claims specialists will get back to you right away.
Pedestrians, along with motorcyclists, horse riders and cyclists are far more vulnerable to being involved in road accidents and sustaining injury. As a result, our road traffic accidents team have helped thousands of pedestrians claim compensation following a road traffic accident for a broad range of injuries. The most common injuries sustained by pedestrians range from cuts and bruises, fractures and torn ligaments to spinal cord injuries and injuries to the brain.
What to do if you have been injured in an accident where you were a pedestrian that wasn’t your fault?
Recording and retaining evidence can help us build your case and support the monetary amount we will claim for on your behalf. Evidence such as the details of vehicles involved and witness details will help your case. Keep any photographs you have taken at the scene of the accident and retain evidence of any treatment required or travel expenses. If you don’t have the evidence to hand
If you are injured in a road traffic accident as a pedestrian you should ensure you do the following:
- Seek medical assistance as soon as possible
- Obtain details of vehicles involved and witness details
- Take photographs of the scene of the accident
- Retain evidence like damaged items, treatment or travel expenses
What can I claim for?
We know every accident and client is individual, so we tailor our service to our clients’ specific requirements. We can help recover compensation for injuries, lost income, assistance, care and treatment costs.
Loss of earnings and assistance
You may have had time off work because of the accident. If you have lost out on wages or salary whilst you were absent, then that can be reclaimed. If the accident meant you couldn't enjoy a holiday or happened abroad, then we can help too. You will be required to provide any receipts and documentation in relation to the holiday booking or travel.
If you required help from family or friends whilst you were recovering from the accident then damages for help around the house, mobility, personal care and more can be obtained.
Our specialist team of solicitors can discuss any potential claim with you and assist in recovering compensation for any pain and suffering, treatment costs, loss of earnings, and out of pocket expenses.
An accident can have a significant effect on you. We are here to help you recover compensation from the party at fault.
Contact our Pedestrian Accident Claims Solicitors Today
If you have suffered an accident as a pedestrian that wasn’t your fault contact our specialist personal injury team today. The team is spread across our offices – Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee , with our Dundee team covering Aberdeen and the North of Scotland - making it easy and convenient to consult one of our experts. We will be happy to discuss your claim with you and will explain clearly and concisely how best to proceed. We will also be upfront about how likely your claim is to succeed, any costs involved and also whether we can offer to work on a no-win, no-fee basis.